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Natural Partnership Podcast
Toronto Mayor John Tory led a 34-member delegation to China in April, his first major overseas foreign trade mission since assuming the post in 2014.
4 May 2016
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Isle of Sustainability
Australian Rory Hunter is founder and CEO of the multi award-winning luxury boutique hotel Song Saa Private Island in Cambodia.
26 April 2016
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Urban Dialogue
Asia’s growing urbanisation has made building design a key component of sustainable cities.
19 April 2016
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Financial Modelling
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia – the country’s biggest with market capitalisation of more than A$128 billion – unveiled its first international Innovation Lab in Hong Kong.
12 April 2016
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Where the Jobs are
Hong Kong’s employment market for 2016 looks promising for a range of skilled professionals, according to leading recruitment firm Hays.
6 April 2016
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Beyond Reality Podcast
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment’s latest endeavour is to bring the immersive movie-going experience to people’s homes through virtual reality (VR).
31 March 2016
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The Daily Bread
Renowned for its artisan breads and use of organic ingredients, restaurant-bakery Le Pain Quotidien – the daily bread in French – debuted in Hong Kong this month.
22 March 2016
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Redeveloping Guangdong’s “Siberia”
The Nansha New Area in the Chinese mainland is one of three development zones that form the Guangdong Free Trade Zone.
17 March 2016
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Flying the Hong Kong Flag
As Managing Director of Greater China and Korea for United Airlines, Walter Dias has been influential in developing the American company’s Asia-Pacific markets.
9 March 2016
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Freeze Frame
The 2016 Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART) is happening in March, with about 800 exhibitors expected, including event management company Orient Snow.
3 March 2016
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Calling Hong Kong Home
Expat Explorer is the largest and one of the longest-running global surveys on expatriates.
23 Feb 2016
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Venture Investment
In his Policy Address in January, Chief Executive CY Leung announced that the Hong Kong Government will earmark HK$4.5 billion to foster innovation and entrepreneurship.
17 Feb 2016
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The Future is Female
Founded in July 2015 by Hong Kong-based businesswomen Anna Wong and Ines Gafsi, Female Entrepreneurs Worldwide (FEW) helps women grow their businesses locally and globally through regular networking and mentoring events, and by offering practical advice on topics ranging from legal issues to marketing.
2 Feb 2016
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The Business of Provenance
Part of a family-owned company in business for almost a century, Hong Kong-based Omtis Fine Wines is a leading purveyor of fine wines for connoisseurs, collectors and investors across Asia.
27 Jan 2016
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Sparkling Prospects Webcast
With more than 40 years in business, Tse Sui Luen Jewellery (International) Ltd – better known as TSL – is among Hong Kong’s leading jewellery brands.
19 Jan 2016
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Daring to Dream
Designer Steffi Chan combined her business know-how and a love of fashion to set up Hong Kong label Dare to Dream in 2013.
12 Jan 2016
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Learning and Earning through Licensing
The Asian Licensing Association (ALA) was set up in 2011 to foster the development of the licensing, creative and innovative industries.
5 Jan 2016
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3D Doodling
Billed as the world’s first 3D printing pen, the 3Doodler allows users to create three-dimensional sketches by heating a single strand of plastic that hardens almost immediately after extrusion.
30 Dec 2015
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Engineered by Innovation
Netherlands-based Studio Mango set up its Asia headquarters in Hong Kong in 2011.
24 Dec 2015
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Canada’s Innovation University
Named by Maclean’s as Canada’s most innovative place of learning, the University of Waterloo is also billed as a research mecca.
17 Dec 2015
 
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